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Global Voices collects blogs and translated blog overviews from all over the world, albeit with with a certain emhpasis on low-income countries
Nicholas D. Kristof, a columnist for The New York Times manages this "on the ground" blog, dealing with, among other things, human rights and globalisation
The Long War Journal is dedicated to providing original and accurate reporting and analysis of the Long War (also known as the Global War on Terror). This is accomplished through its programs of embedded reporters, news and news aggregation, maps, podcasts, and other multimedia formats.
Environmental Sciences Information has as its main purpose to communicate about useful resources for research in the (Princeton) Library & beyond.
Project on Nuclear Issues: Debates the Issues pushes the nuclear debate forward with daily posts, original contributions by members, and guest commentary from senior experts.
The Monkey Cage is a wide-spectrum political science blog with a self-appointed remit to "publicize political science research; to provide informed commentary on political events and issues; to think aloud; and to indulge [the authors'] non-academic interests"
Poverty News comments on the struggle against poverty around the world
Brusselsblog is Financial Times's covers everything from the European Union's foreign and economic policies to the fortunes of its political leaders - as well as the more light-hearted aspects of life in Europe.
Asian Security Blog is an attempt by political scientist Robert E. Kelly to graph IR theory onto Asian affairs
Latin America News Review is intended for those who want to read press articles that contain unique insights - as well as information that is often hard to find - about Latin American politics, economy and society. Political scientist Justin Delacour compiles news articles on a regular basis and occasionally includes his own analysis.
The Middle East Institute Review Blog is updated by the editor of that journal and aims to put Middle Eastern Events in Cultural and Historical Context
Globalisation and the Environment examines economic aspects of the globalisation and the environment debate
Poverty Matters Blog is the Guardian's blog about development issues


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Lynn Hunt, UCLA Professor of Modern European History, discusses the genesis of human rights, a concept that only came to the forefront during the eighteenth century. When the American Declaration of Independence declared all men are created equal and the French proclaimed the Declaration of the Rights of Man during their revolution, they were bringing a new guarantee into the world. But why then? How did such a revelation come to pass?
Neeraj Negi, evaluation officer for the World Bank discusses The Politics of Resource Allocation
Nuclear Power Without Nuclear Proliferation
War & Terror, interview with Philip Bobbitt, Columbia Law School
Trading Places: The Role of the US and EU in International Environmental Politics
A World Free of Nuclear Weapons: Illusion or Possibility
Nuclear Weapons and International Conflict - T.V. Paul
The Philosophy of Conflict Resolution by John Hume
Francis Fukuyama: The End Of History Revisited by Francis Fukuyama

Journal articles

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Introduction: political strategies for climate policy, from Environmental Politics, Volume 18 Issue 5 2009
European Union Security and Defense Policy: Response to Unipolarity?, from Security Studies, Volume 15, Issue 2 July 2006
Nationalism and Globalisation from Nations and Nationalism Volume 10 Issue 1-2, Pages 161 - 177
Introduction: Security Council Resolution 1325: Assessing the Impact on Women, Peace and Security from International Peacekeeping, Volume 17, Issue 2 April 2010
Can Human Rights Build a Better War?, from Journal of Human Rights, Volume 9, Issue 1 January 2010
Global Roles of Currencies, from International Finance Volume 11 Issue 3, Pages 211 - 245|lindberg&hash=9062556571
Opposition parties and democratisation in sub-Saharan Africa, from Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Volume 24, Issue 1 January 2006
When does a State Become a Nuclear Weapon State - An Exercise in Measurement Validation, from The Nonproliferation Review Volume 17.1 (March 2010)
The Caliphate Attempted. Zarqawi's Ideological Heirs, their Choice for a Caliph, and the Collapse of their Self-Styled "Islamic State of Iraq" from Current Trends in Islamist Ideology vol. 7
Social Construction of Nation-A Theoretical Exploration from Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, Volume 14, Issue 3 July 2008
Alex de Waal, "Who are the Darfurians? Arab and African identities, violence and external engagement" African Affairs 2005 104(415): 181-205.
Scott Pegg, "Can policy intervention beat the resource curse? Evidence from the Chad-Cameroon pipeline project," African Affairs 2006 105(418):1-25.
Ramkishen S. Rajan, "Trade liberalization and the new regionalism in the Asia-Pacific: taking stock of recent events," International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 2005 5(2):217-23.
Gerald Chan, "China and the WTO: the theory and practice of compliance," International Relations of the Asia-Pacific; 2004; 4:47-72
Jia Qingguo, "The impact of 9-11 on Sino-US relations: a preliminary assessment," International Relations of the Asia-Pacific; 2003; 3:159-177
David P. Rapkina and Jonathan R. Strand, "Is East Asia under-represented in the International Monetary Fund?" International Relations of the Asia-Pacific; 2003; 3:1-28
Gregory J. Moore, "How North Korea threatens China's interests: understanding Chinese 'duplicity' on the North Korean nuclear issue," International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, October 2007
Joseph G. Bock and Huy Pham, "Ethnic Riots in Kosovo: What Went Right?" Journal of Refugee Studies 2006 19(1):113-125
Alex Liebman, "The Impact of Foreign Threat on the Formation of Chinese and Indian Nationalism," 347-371 Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol. 1, No. 3 (Summer 2007), 347-371